Ludowici Webinar Series – December
The pre-scheduled December CEU presentations by Ludowici and Terreal North America welcome architects, designers, contractors, or anyone with a general interest in terra cotta tile. Our Continuing Education Programs in an online platform to better meet the needs of AIA and IDCEC members.
Enrich your knowledge of architectural terra cotta in one of our four learning series webinars lead by company experts versed in terra cotta, ceramics & engineering, interior design, and architecture.
12/7 – Terreal North America: Architecture & Terra Cotta Cladding (TNA-102) RSVP Here 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST 1.5 AIA / IDCEC
12/9 – Ludowici: The Fundamentals of Clay Roof Tile (LRT-104) RSVP Here 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST Philippe Rosak 1.5 AIA / IDCEC
12/14 – Ludowici: The Art of Terra Cotta & Color (LRT-108) RSVP Here 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST Alicia Cordle / Jessica Snoke 1 AIA / IDCEC
12/16 – Ludowici Dallas Showroom Virtual Tour RSVP Here 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST Stephanie Ellis
The cruciform cathedral inspired by French Gothic architecture was designed by Leon Coquard of Detroit and completed by Denver architects, Aaron Gove and Thomas Walsh. It is 195 feet by 116 feet in length and width with a vaulted ceiling rising 68 feet above the slightly sloping nave. The bell spires were capped at 210 feet in 1911.
The Ludowici Difeerence
USA MADE. WORLD-RENOWNED.
All Ludowici terra cotta products have been proudly manufactured in the USA for over 130 years. Our world-class clay is meticulously crafted in New Lexington, Ohio with locally sourced materials just five miles away, ensuring Ludowici tiles are 100% made in the USA.
Our commitment to quality has never changed, which is why we are one of the world’s most trusted sources for distinctive architectural terra cotta. Ludowici’s products are made from 100% clay and manufactured without the use of:
- Petroleum-based materials
- Sand or silica
- Cementitious materials
- Unproven synthetic materials
- Surface sealers